Putin is Winning Global Information War

AUGUST 12, 2022


NY Times:
 How Russian Propaganda Is Reaching Beyond English Speakers


Social media companies have taken steps to restrict Russian state media accounts. But posts from those accounts still spread in Spanish, Arabic and other languages.


By: Steven Lee Myers

In this textbook example of the psychosis known as “projection” — world class propagandist and “Pulitzer Prize winner” Steven Lee Myers not only applauds Twitter & Facebook censorship of “disinformation” — but goes a step further by moaning and groaning about how “Russian propaganda” (truth) continues to influence the perception of Putin’s righteous military operation in nations around the world.

It’s not enough to suppress the information flow for the English-speaking peoples. Meyers and his tribesmen want the whole world kept in the dark. The Satanic inversion of reality presented in his article is astonishing. The good news is that, in more and more places around the world, the Jurisprudence Armada’s propaganda flotilla is no match for Russia’s information warfare campaign. Meyers’ lies are easy to deconstruct. Let’s clean up some of his filth.

1. The despicable deceiver Steven Lee Myers 
is also the author of “The New Tsar: The Rise and Reign of Vladimir Putin.” // 2. A Pulitzer Prize constitutes, in and of itself, direct first impression evidence of journalistic criminality.

Meyers: In Spanish in Latin America or in Arabic across the Middle East, a steady stream of Russian propaganda and disinformation ………
Analysis: Deep State-affiliated news agencies also operate in all nations of the world. So if US / NATO version of events was true, there wouldn’t be any need to worry about “Russian propaganda and disinformation” because, in a fair head-to-head match, truth will always trump falsehood. What Meyers fears isn’t the “disinformation,” but rather — the competition.

Meyers: … continues to try to justify President Vladimir V. Putin’s unprovoked invasion
Analysis: More projection. The word “unprovoked” actually applies to NATO’s relentless eastward expansion and Jukraine’s violent oppression of the Russian-speaking Donbas republics — Donetsk and Luhansk.

Meyers: The result has been a geographical and cultural asymmetry in the information war over Ukraine that has helped undercut American- and European-led efforts to put broad international pressure on Mr. Putin to call off his war.
Translation: The days when (((they))) could invent and sell the most preposterous and unchallenged lies to the sheeple of the world are — thanks to the Internet and sophisticated Russian communication operations — over.

Meyers:  The failure of Facebook and Twitter to impose stronger checks on Russian posts in non-English languages has begun to draw criticism as the war drags on.
Analysis: There was a time, not too long ago, when most libtards openly expressed horror over the mere thought of news organizations or platforms “imposing strong checks” on the flow of information — even if it was “hate speech.” — “I may disagree with what you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it,” went the old cliche (falsely attributed to Voltaire)

Of course, they made such self-righteous declarations during an era when they were absolutely dominating the info-war. Now that we truthers — thanks to the Internet — have crawled back into the ballgame, the Voltairian mask of magnanimity has dropped as abusive Orwellian “cancel culture” becomes the “the new normal” for the Left.

Meyers: Two weeks ago, a bipartisan group of United States senators added to the criticism, accusing the platforms of allowing Russia to “amplify and export its lies abroad” in Spanish.
Analysis: U.S. Senators “accusing” platforms of “allowing” the Russian side of the story to be presented? Do Slimes readers not see a problem with this? Evidently not.

My times have changed. On the day after Japan’s justified 1941 attack on the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii, this same NY Times actually printed the Japanese Emperor’s entire declaration (here) —  in which he put the blame for the event on the United States. Now (((they))) want Putin to be cancelled — even in foreign countries?

The N.W.O. media monopoly is no more… and Meyers doesn’t like it.
1. RT in Spanish // 2. RT in Arabic

Meyers: The lawmakers urged the companies to do more to block Russia’s Spanish outlets, including RT en Español and Sputnik Mundo.
Analysis: Keeping Americans in the dark isn’t enough. The scum feel they have the right to shape the opinions of the whole world.

Meyers: Russian disinformation is flowing freely in parts of the world where the war in Ukraine is viewed in less stark, good-versus-evil terms as in the United States and Europe.
Analysis: “Good vs Evil” — total reality inversion. Putin actually is a good man (read The War Against Putin.”) Zelensky and his Globalist handlers are the evil ones.

Meyers: Robert Menendez of New Jersey and Tim Kaine of Virginia, both Democrats, and Bill Cassidy, a Republican from Louisiana, wrote in a letter to Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg.
Analysis: Senator Bill Cassidy, FYI, is notorious for having stabbed Trump in the back after “January 6th” . It figures he’d be the “bipartisan” part of this tyrannical effort. After crossing “The Donald,” Cassidy’s days are numbered.

Meyers: On these sites, Russia’s war is falsely portrayed as a just cause …..
Analysis: Actually, Russia’s struggle against the Globalist West is very much a “just cause” – 100% and easily proven. Indeed, Mike King wrote a whole book on the topic which – by the way – was banned by Amazon in 2021. There will be no “Pulitzer Prizes” for Mr. King.

Enemies of free speech who fear “Russian propaganda” — Senator Menendez (D-NJ)  — Senator  Kaine (D-DE) — Senator Cassidy (R-LA)